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man of tho Suburban uburban Theaters Company CompanyLtd CompUYiLtd CompanyLtd
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Mr Horatio Wilson bowed 11 I shall shalldo sha1ldo shalldo
do my very host sir he answered answeredyou answeredyou answeredyou
you may rely upon It It I havent Men bfeenknocking Menknocking btenknocking
knocking about tho provinces for ten tenyears tenyears tenyears
years as an acting manager in number numbertwo numbertwo numbertwo
two towns without knowing when a good poodthing1 goodthing goodthing
thing comearmy way at last Not much muchWell muchlWeU muchiWell
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genially It Is certainly a rise in the theprofession theprofession theprofession
profession and to manage a big subur suburb suburbn suburbtn
b bn n theator with success suo ss leads to even evengreater evengnater evengreater
greater promotion The company con controls controls controls ¬
trols four West End theaters and dont dontyou dontOU dontyou
you OU forget it dear boy Youve signed signedtho signedtho aignedthe
tho contract Thats That all O 1C nnd nndheros nndheros andheros
heros your copy COP Havo a cigar and andsomething andsQmethlng andsomething
something to wet the deal dealOutside dentOut51do deaLOutside
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was wa falling with steady persistency and andLondon andLondon andLondon
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be b upon a soaking autumn afternoon afternoonBut afternoonBut atternoonBut
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emperor Mr Ben Solomon was warm warmand warmand warmsad
and luxurious A bright fire of logs logsburned logsburned logsburned
burned in the grate the chairs were werepadded woropadded werepadded
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and thick while dozens of stage beauties beautieslooked beautieslooked beautieslooked
looked down In photographic splendor splendorfrom splendortram splendorfrom
from the thewalls thewallsMr walls wa11sMr
1 Mr Solomon tall portly and hand handsome hnndfjome handsome ¬
some wont to a ft cupboard and took from froma troma
a bottle the neck of which was waswrapped waswrapped waswrapped
wrapped in gold foil and a couple at atglasses otglasses ofglasses
glasses As A the wine creamed out the thefirelight thefirollght thefirelight
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the little finger of his left hand handHoratio handHoratio handHoratio
Horatio Wilson thirtyfive thlrt fie clean cleanshaven oleanshaven cleanshaven ¬
shaven and with a typical actors face faceregistered tacoregistered faceregistered
registered an inward vow that some day dayhe dayhe dayhe
he too would sport port Just such another anotherring anotherring anotherring
ring as the great man was as wearing wearingThen wearingThon wearingThen
Then youll go down to the theater theatertonight theat theatertonight r rtonllbt1
tonight asked Mr Solomon SolomonI
I think It would be host to take charge chargetonlgbt oharJ oharJtonlgbt ohargetonight
tonlgbt answered the new manager managerThere nmnagerThere managerThere
There is no reason to wait until to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow oven though th ush youve Ouvo given Ien mo mothe mothe methe
the post so suddenly I suppose the thetheater thethootfllr thetheater
theater staff know knowThey knowThey knowThey
They knew first thins thlno this morning morningsaid morningsaid morningsaid
said Mr Solomon Very well go down downtonight downtonight downtonight
tonight After all theres nothing ilka ilkagetting 1Ikeettlng iik iikgetting
getting Into harness harn S at the earliest pos possible posslblo possiblo ¬
sible moment WAll so long Remember Rememberdo
do well for me and Ill do well fbr you youAa youAI youAs
Aa Wilson descended tho steps from the theoffice theomce theoffice
office smoking the excellent cigar which whichMr whichMr whichMr
Mr Solomon had given him hlml ho knew knewhimself knewhlm knewliimelt
himself hlm clC to be one of the happiest men menin monIn manin
in London at that moment What did it itmatter Itmatter itmatter
matter if London was wet we and dreary drearyThe dre1Uj1Tho drearyThe
The sunshine in his heart irradiated irradiatedeverything IrrndlatedeverythinG irradiatedeverything
everything and everything was brighter brighterthan brighterthan brighterthan
than a brilliant afternoon in June After Afterlong Afterlong Afterlong
long years of drudgery lack of recogni recognition recognition recognitlon ¬
tion poverty even he had suddenly been beendiscovered beendlacovoroo beendiscovered
discovered by some of the watchful watchfulagents watchfulagentB watchfulagoni
agents of the great company comp ny Unknown Unknownto
to himself hlm eJt his work bad been carefully carefullynoted carefullynoled carefullynoted
noted his record inquired Into And Andthen Andthen Andthon
then hey presto a sudden summons to tothe tothe tothe
the headquarters in Shaftaebury Shatte bury avenue avenuea
a few fel words from the great Solomon Solomonand Solomonand
and ha stood tood for the first time in his hisprofessional hisprofeMlonll1 hisprofessional
professional career roer upon solid rock rockAt rockAt rockAt
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local pressmen courteously aourtoou ly In his private privateroom privateroom privateroom
room or strolling stro1Jln round behind to have havea
a chat with the well ell known comedian comedianwho eomedlanwho comedianwho
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road he said He was going to Mabel Mabelnow llabolnow Mabelnow
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her and her sister Gertie yesterday But Butthat Butthat Butthat
that was before he had found Mr Solo Solomons Solomons Solomons ¬
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They were exceedingly popular with their theiraudiences theIraudiences theiraudiences
audiences and both ardently hoped for foran foran foran
an engagement In the West End of Lon London London Landon ¬
don They ThB were charming girls glrlscheertul glrlscheertulhardworklng girlscheerfulhardworking cheerful cheerfulhardworking
hardworking economical and steady steadyand stcadyaUf steadyand
and aUf I they Intended to got married at the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first possible opportunity Mabel had now nowprpmised nowprpmtsed
I
prpmised herself to Wilson for nearly nearlytwo nearlytwo nearlytwo
two years oars but both of them tJ1em had prudent prudentinstincts prudentInstincts prudentinstincts
instincts and resolved to wait until UlltIJ they theywore theyworo theywere
wore in a decent position to marry and andset nndJet anlset
set up it a home and had accumulated accumulatedsomething accumulatedBOmethlng accumulatedsomething
something in tho bank against a n rainy rainyday rain raind rainyday
day d ft
dayHoratio ftHoraUo
Horatio dismissed his cab rang the bell belland bellftnd beliand
and was admitted at a t once Mabel was wasalone wasalone vasalone
alone seated at a little piano and trying tryingover trlngovor tryingover
over a song as her lover entered while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the teatable was drawn cosily up to the theflre theftro thelire
lire and a plato of muffins kept warm In Inthe Inthe inthe
the fender She was a tall dashing dashingsort dashingsort dashingsort
sort of a girl with a beautiful and supple supplefigure supplefigoJro supplefigure
figure black hair bright blue eyes and andred andred andred
red lips curved in a n full sensuous bow bowDear bowDear bowDear
Dear boy bo she cried in a loud musi musical musical musical ¬
cal voice and throwing her arms around aroundHoratios aroun arounHoratios aroundHoratlVs
Horatios neck gave him two resounding resoundingkisses rOBoundlngk1 resoundingIdseos
kisses k1 ses one on each cheek chookl chookluso uso so glad gladyouve glndOU gladyouve
youve OU VQ come Gortlell be down in a aminute amlnuto aminute
minute What a beast of a day I say saywhat 8a 8awhat saywhat
what dyou d ou think such a hit of luck luckWilson luckVUson lucktWilson
Wilson started startqdso so Mabel had some somenews somenews somenews
news too He hoped he almost hoped hopedthat hOPo hopedthat < 1 1that
that it want going to eclipse his own ownThat ownThat ownThat
That would quite spoil the scene and ho howanted howanted liewanted
wanted all the fat himself In this thisact thlaact thisact
act actHo
Ho watf wa speedily 8poOt1fbreJleved relieved The news newsinteresting nowsInterMUng flowninteresting
interesting as it was bore no compari comparison comparison comparison ¬
son to his own ownThe ownTheSisters ownTheSiaters
The TheSisters Sisters Churchill were engaged to togive togive togive
give a turn after af er supper at a special
night of he Peculiar Club Clubthat Clubthat that famous famousBohemian famouBOhemian famous1ohemlan
Bohemian society to which so many manycelebrities manycolebrltles manycelebrities
celebrities belonged belongedApart bolongedApart belongedApart
Apart Apart from the members Blal fabet fabetsaid allel allelsaid > el elsaid
said breathlessly breathles ly there are only three threepaid threepaid threepaid
paid turns and were one of them Isnt IsntIt IsntIt Isntit
It splendid It will viil mean a West End Endshop Endshop Endshop
shop certain if It all goes well All the thetheatrical thctheatrical thetheatrical
theatrical Journalists will be there and andmost andmost antimost
most of the managers of ot tho halls hallsTopping haUsTopping hallsTopping
Topping darling said Horatio quite quitecarried quiteamed quitecarried
carried away by the girls enthusiasm enthusiasmand enthusiasmand enthusiasmand
and forgetting all the little set speeches speechesho
ho had 11 d made up lit the cab Splendid SplendidAnd SplendidAnd SplendidlAnd
And Ive got go news too Better than yours yourseven yourseven yourseven
even Hurry up and got your things thingsready thingsready thingsready
ready and wo can bo married this day daymonth daymonth daymonth
month monthMabel monthMabol monthMabol
Mabol gave gave a BhrlokWhat BhrlokIWhat shriek What is it itshe IU IUshe itshe
she shouted Toll mel me Tell nvi n t quick quickIve quickIve quickIve
Ive got a theater A two t tt years yearscertain yearscertain elirs elirscertain
certain contract with Solomon S lomon himself himselfand hl1nseltand himselfand
and every chance of promotion at the end endof endot endof
of it In me fair maiden you behold tho thonew thonew timnew
new director of the Crown Theater TheaterHackney TheatorHackney TheaterHackney
Hackney who enters upon his duties this thisvery thisvery thisvery
very night nightAt nightAt nightAt
At that moment Miss Gertie GorU Churchill Churchillcame Churchillcame Churchillcame
came dancing Into tho room and the thenews thenews thenews
news vas told her herWell herell herWell
Well ell she said her pretty face beam beaming beamlag Joam JoamIng ¬
ing with congratulation things are hum humming humming humrning ¬
ming and no mistake Pity It isnt a ahall ahall ahail
hall Horatio then you oouid give me a achance achance achance
chance chanceOh chanceOh chanceOh
Oh yours ours will como soon Gertie The Thefamilys Thefamily Thefamilys
familys family struck the veil right and good goodWere goodWere goodWere
Were all going to be stars nowr noP I oxpoot oxpootSou 9XPOGtiou axpoetou
Sou iou ou and Mabel will knock themi themisilly them silly to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night nightOh nightOh1 nightOhi
Oh Oh1 Mabels told you then Isnt it a achance 0 0chance achance
chance I wish owh you OU wore going to be bethere bethere bethere
there thereOh thereOM thereOhi
Oh OM I wish you could old boy bo Mabel Mabelchimed Mabelchlmod Mabelchimed
chimed in Is it absolutely ab olutoly necessary necessaryfor nocosnryfor necessaryfor
for you to take up the management of oftho oftho ofthe
the tho Crown tonight tonightIm tonlghUurm tonightIm
urm Im afraid It to Mabel dear Wilson Wilsonreplied WilsonropJled Wilsonreplied
replied I told Solomon that I preferred preferredto
to do so and h le seemed pleased I cant cantgo cantgo cantgo
go back on my m word now It would be bemaking bintaklns bemaking
making a bad start Of course if Id Idknown Idknown Idknown
known of this show of yours tonight Id Idhave Id1Ia Idhave
have 1Ia vo cried oft I know a good many manymembers manymombers manymembers
members of the Peculiar Club I could couldeasily couldtlT couldeasily
easily tlT have got a card Im sure sureWell roreWell soreWell
Well its St no IN use ql9 crying over split splitmilk splitmilk spiltmilk
milk Mabel said philosophically and andit andit andit
it isnt much to grumble about consider considering considerIng considerlag ¬
ing overyUUag What time will you be befinished betlnt befinished
finished tlnt finishedI hod T TI 7 7I
I cant exactly say 88 dear Horatio Horatioanswered Horatioanswered Horatioanswered
answered fairly late I expect Thorn Thwtfllbe Thornbe Therellbe
be a lot to M He to on my first night down downthere downthere downthere
there The show win be ov over r a little be before betore hofore ¬
fore 11 but I may bo halt anhour after afterthat aCtortba afterthat
that tba 1
thatOh 1Ohl
Oh Ohl thats that not so bad b c1 storUe Jortl said lOt lOtCOUNe Of Ofcourse Ofcourse
course you wont be In time UII timeor or r I expect expectnot expoetnutto expectnutto
not nutto to s sea eo o our show but you can come cometo eometo cometo
to the club and fetch us Itll be a very verylate vorylate verylate
late affair They dont sit down to sup supper SUIper supper
per till 11 because a a lot of UM boys are areplaying areplaying areplaying
playing at t the th different theaters We Weshant Weshant Ve Ve8b8nt
shant get home till morning I expect expectIn expectIn expectIn
In fact we are going to bva Ita a sleep till tillabout tillnbout tiltabout
about 9 Pafter after tea tsaIll t tIll teaIll
Ill tell you what Ill do the actor actorsaid aatorsaid actorsaid
said suddenly Its worth the extra ex expense oxpense cxpense ¬
pense on an occasion like this Ill get getthrough getthrough getthrough
through my work as quickly as a I oan oanand oanand conand
and Ill ItaYe a IC k taxicab waiting That Thatought Tuf Tufought Thatought
ought to bring me to the club door a little littleafter littleatter littleafter
after midnight mldn bt I may still b be in time timefor timetor timefor
for your Our show It not then I can OAntake OAntakeOU take takayou takeyou
you OU home and hear 1 all about it at any anyrate aayra anymb
rate rateShortly ra mb te teS
Shortly S rtl after aft Mr Wilson Ieon bade the girls sir sirpo girlsgoodbye
goodbye po < 1bye and in i the highest hlghest8ptru possible powdblaspirits possiblespfrfta
spirits sought t the Strand and MIme lane lanefor lanelOr lanefoi
for an hoUr bftfor before setting out for Hack Hacknay Hackn HackIn Hackney
nay nayIn n
neyn
In n the th haunts of the mummers nun8lS he tasted tastedto tutedtAt tastedbe
to the full the Joys of his hI new position positionIn po tllon tllonIn
In Ute B Bedep detjR and Italaa Rul those informal informalclubs Informalclubs informalclubs
clubs of the rank and ftto of the stage he heenjoyed hQonjoOO heenjoyed
enjoyed a Ii triumph H He was a popular popularman populnrman posiIarman
man ever ready to help a brother In dis distress dlstrefM distress ¬
tress and was known td ovary one Tho Thowarmhearted Thowarmhe Thewarmhearted
warmhearted warmhe rled actors crowded round him himwith blmwith hhnwith
with their congratulations and if he had hadaccepted hadaooopled hadaccepted
accepted a tenth part of the liquid re refreshment retritShment rafroshment ¬
freshment that ho was WI pressed to take it itis Itis itIa
is highly blgh probable that the th Crown Theater Theaterwould Theatorwould Theaterwould
would never have seen him at all that thatnight tbatnight thatnight
night nightBut nightBut nightBut
But the young Oung mans head was very varyfirmly veryflrmly veryfirmly
firmly screwed upon his shoulders shouldersMr shouldersMrSolomon shouldersMrSolomon Mr MrSolomon
Solomon never haft anything to chance chanceand ohaneeand chanceand
and chose cho e his men with 1Ut discrimination discriminationanil dlscrhnlootlonamI
anti again a In and again In he reiterated reiteratedThanks reiteratedlThanks reiteratedThanks
Thanks not now old boy bo another anothertime onothertlme anothertime
time time In answer to the frequent Just Justone Justono Justone
one with me to celebrate ctebrate the occasion occasionHe oceaslnHe occasionHe
He broke away at last last and went to the thebedsittingroom thebedsiltingroom thebedsittingroom
bedsittingroom he occupied in a quiet quietstreet qulotstreot quietStreet
street off the Strand whero he changed changedinto ohangedInto changedInto
into evening clothes I really must run runto runto runto
to a B fur coat this winter he thought thoughtProper thoughtProper thoughtProper
Proper thing for tho manager Cant do dowithout dowithout dowithout
without it It In fact I wonder whats the thecheapest thechenp8t thecheapest
cheapest I could get one for Old Solomon Solomonought SolomonoughtU Solomonoughttu
ought oughtU io provide thorn by Jove JoveWilson JoveWIlson JoveWilson
Wilson arrived at tho theater about a aquarter nquarter aquarter
quarter to seven and was greeted in the thefoyer thetoyer thefoyer
foyer by the assistant manager with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great empreseoment The tall commis commissionaire cQmmlsslonalre cmmissionaire ¬
sionaire at the entrance saluted him hlmj tho thoclerk thoolcrk theclerk
clerk in the box office called him Sir in inan Inan Inan
an anxious voice and even the port girl girlattendants girlattendants girlattendants
attendants with their sheaves sh twes of pro programmes programmes progrnmmon ¬
grammes giggled and tossed their heads headsno headsno headsno
no longer as he passed p tSed by but cast down downtheir downtheir dQwntheir
their eyes and tried to look innocent and andmodest andmodest
modest for once onceIt onceIt onceIt It Itmodest
It was the same upon the th stage The Thestage Thestage I Istage
stage manager for the touring company companythat companythat
I
that was occupying the boards of the thetheater thetheater thetheater
theater that weak wc weeka ka a man whom Wilson Wilsonknew Wilsonknew Wilsonknew
knew slightly s1ghtlshook shook hands with him ef effusively offusively ¬ i ifuslvcly
fusively The groat Mr Snell himself himselfwho hlmsolt1 hlmsolt1who himselfwho
who was malting m klng up in it the star dressing dressingroom dressingroom
i
room called him dear old boy and prof proffered protfered proffer ¬
fered fer d champagne und as for tho carpen carpenters carpenters carpentern ¬
ters and scene shifters they ran about aboutlike aboutlike
I
like busy ants as thoy set tha opening openingscene openingscone I Iscone
scone of the comedy under the th eye of the thenew thenew I Inew
new chiefs chiefsIt chletIt chiefIt
It was all eminently flattering and andisfactory sag Si
isfactory and Wilson rUson felt at least two twoinches twoInchEls twoinchcis
inches taller and began instinctively to tospeak tospeak tospeak
speak with a certain brusquoness a ring ringof ringot ringof
of command in inhiu his voice voiceWhen voiceWhen voiceWhen
When he had been all over the theater theaterand theatorand theaterand
and the orchestra was already halt way waythrough waythrough waythrough
through the overture ov ovirture rtule he suddenly turned turnedto
to the assistant manager lunger who was con conducting conduotlng contluctlng ¬
ducting him himJGood himGood himGood
JGood Good gracious ho h < > said Ive forgot forgotten forgotton forgotten ¬
ten one thing arid nd sove you ou Mr How Howard Hownrd Howard ¬
ard Ive not seen my myown own private room roomyet roomyet roomyet
yet yetMr
Mr Howard smiled ulwas I was coming to tothat tothat tothat
that Mr Wilson he said Unfortu Unfortunately untortunatelY Unfortunately ¬
nately In this theater theatoryou you know it Is on onold anold nnold
old one onothe the managers room is right at atthe atthe atthe
the top of tho building Its nice Ice and andquiet nndQuiet andQuiet
quiet and out of tho way of course and andIts 4hdIts andits
Its connected by b3 > telephone with every everypart eV everypart ry rypart
part of the building and outside But its itssome Itssome itssome
some way up to it Iton on the top floor of all allabuve allabuvG allabove
above tho dressing rooms roomsWell ioomsWell roomsWell
Well I shall have to put up with It It I Isuppose ISUpJOS ISuppose
suppose WIlson answered But its an aninconvenient anInconvenient aninconvenient
inconvenient inconvenientYou situation situationYou situationYou
You can always use the room behind
the boxoffice for interviews Inte leWB 4nd d so on onsaid oflsaid
said the assistant Mr ltr r Cox the late latemanager latemanagor latemanager
manager always did The upstairs room roomhe roomhe roomhe
he kept simply for his private work and andwhen nndwhen andwhen
when he wished to be alone The safe is isthere Isthere isthere
there But it wont won t be like this for long longMr longMr
Mr Wilson In the spring fj rInlr after the thepantomime thepantomime
pantomime the house is going to be ro redecorated rodecorated ¬
decorated and there will be a good many manystructural manystructurnl manystructural
structural alterations too Then you will willhave willhave willhave
have your own room on a level with the thestalls thestaUs thestalls
stalls Ive seen the plans plansI
I must do the best I can till then thenHoratio thenlIoratJo thenHoratio
Horatio answered trying and not very verysuccessfully vcrysucoesstuJJy verysumessfully
successfully to Infuse his hl voice with a agrumbling agrunlblfng agrumbling
grumbling note no noteso toso so proud and pleased was wasI WnBhe washe
I he with WItjiali all he saw sawI sawAnd sawAnd
I And now Mr hIr Howard before the first firstloots first flrstnots firstacts
loots acts over suppose wo go into the bar barand barand
and drink to our harmonious working to together togetblJr together ¬
gether In the future futureOn tutureOn futureOn
On the thobost best of terms with each other otherthe otherthe otherthe
the two men strolled into the long bar barat barat barat
at the back of tho dresscircle now nowempty flowempty
empty save for the attendant Hebes and anda
a programme girl who was arranging
boxes of chocolates upon a tray trayHeros trayHeros
Heros to a along long and prosperous man management management managemn ¬
agement Of tho Crown Mr Wilson WilsonChinChin WUsonChinChin WilsonChinChin
ChinChin ChinChinWilson ChinChinWilson ChinChinS
S S e S S SWilson
Wilson was 8 alone In his room at the thetop thetop thetop
top of tho theater Everyone had gone goneaway goneaway
away awa the performance had been over overfor overfor overfor
for threequarters of an hour but some someextremely someextreme someextremely
extremely extreme important business letters had hadarrived hadarrived hadarrived
arrived by the evening post and must rnuatbo Inustbe mustbe
be attended to at once He II I had sent tho thoatagodoor thostasedoor thestagedoor
atagodoor keeper home unwilling to keep keeptha keopthe
the man any longer from his supper and andwaa andwas andwas
was quite alone In the big theater theaterHe thoatorHe theaterlIe
He could shut the stagedoor and lock lockt lockIt lockIt
It t after him when hen he had turned out the theelectric theeleotrlo theelectric
electric light In tho room where ho was wasand wasand wasand
and the one in the entrance passage on onthe onthe onthe
the ground floor Tho taxicab that was wasto wasto wanto
to take him to the Peculiar Club was waswaiting WftSwaiting wasWaiting
waiting at an adjacent hotel but before beforeho betoroho beforehe
ho left the theater Wilson conscientiously conscientiouslydetermined conscientiouslydetermln conscientIouslydetermined
determined determln d to polish off tho work which whichlay whichlay whichlay
lay before him even ev m at the Goat of his hiaown hisown hisown
own personal inclination inclinationHo inclinationlIo inclinationHo
Ho wrote steadily stoodllyfor for half an hour hourchocked hourCh6Cked hourchocked
chocked some accounts arid then looking lookingat
at his watch tch found thdt th t It was o little littleafter tittleafter littleafter
after twelve He stretched himself lit a acigarette acigarette acigarette
cigarette and picked up his overcoat overcoatHow O6rooatHow overcoatHow
How hot it was He had felt uncom uncomfortable unaomfortablo uncomtortablo ¬
fortable while writing Now he was ac actually 80WaUy nothally ¬
tually streaming with perspiration perspirationMy pilrsplratlonIy perspirationMy
My Iy liver must be out of order he hethought hethought hethought
thought when suddenly he stopped dead deadIn deadIn deadIn
In the t center of the room roomThere roomThoro roomThere
There was a pricking at his nostrils a abitter abitter abitter
bitter taste ran UD his nerves n rvee to his hisbrain hisbrain hisbrain
brain He smelt something curious curiousThen ouriousThen curiousThen
Then swiftly swlttl he became aware awareThrough awareThrough awareThrough
Through the cracks of the door and andfrom andtram andfront
from the space underneath It thin thinstreams thinstreams thinstreams
streams of yellow smoke were begin beginning boglnnlng beginning ¬
ning to curl into the room and his ears earssuddenly eerssuddenly oarssuddenly
suddenly caught a distant sound of mut muttering muttering rantboring ¬
tering like a lot of angry men looked up upIn upIn upIn
In a R cellar like shouts ShO t8 heard off in a amelodrama ampJodrama amiIodrama
melodrama melodramaIt
It was now extremely hot as hot as the thalast thelut thelst
last room in a a Turkish bath and the thenolsa thenots thenols
nolsa nots was va vns like th thi roar of an advancing advancingtrain advancingtrain advancingtrain
train trainThe trainTho trainThe
The mans Imm oyes grew wide with terror terrorhis terrorbls terrorhis
his Una trembled he swayed as one about aboutto
to fall He reeled to the door and andopened an anopened andopened
opened It ItThere It ItThere ItThere
There wa waa a a fierce red glare 1noe upon the thewhitewashed thewhltewhad thewhitewashed
whitewashed walla wal18ft a glare Iaro which played playedand pIadud pyedand
and eddied through clouds of Mack Mackatnoke b4aoksrnoko blacksmoke
smoke and filled the narrow landing landingwith landingwith landingwith
with a hideous radiance He put his hishand htshand Mshand
hand upon u On the iron rail and withdrew it itwith ItwIth Itwith
with a a groan oan There was a blister upon uponIt uponIt uponIt
It It Then lIJtenhe he staggered back Into tbe tberoom Uttroom th throom
room and closed the door doorThere doorThere doorThere
There was s absolutely no possibility po lblUty of ofofcap orOApt ofoscaps
ofcap OApt In five or six minutes at most mostperhaps mo mostperhaps t tpwbaps
perhaps much less the flames must mustreach mu mustreach t treach
reach him himHe hImHe himHe
He threw open tb the window and the theroom tberoom theroom
room immediately Immd1A tely cleared it itself lf of smoke amoksDown liIIloksDon smokeDown
Down below wan fI a a dark narrow passage passagewithout JMUisagowltbout jssagowithout
without a sign or life but already alrd tie tiecould hecould hiecould
could hear tb the excited shouts of a crowd crowdon orowdon crowdon
on tho other side sid of the theater theaterDeath thMterDeath theaterDeath
Death had come at lastt But how howshould howshould howshould
should ha h die 1101 Not surely In the red redhorror redhorror redhorror
horror on the other side of the door Net NetBetter 1 NedDotter 1 1Dotter
Dotter a n thousand times to be dashed to topieces toploco topieces
pieces On Ontime the coW flags ags far down below belowanything b6IO b6IOanything helenanything
anything but the red horror horrorMabel horrorMabel horrorMabi
Mabel MabelHo MabelHe MabiHo
Ho would never see her again She Shewould Shewould Shewould
would never know that he died sending sendingout sendingout sendingout
out all his love when in one last groat greateffort groatetrort groateffort
effort that as ho fell her name was on onhis onbls onhis
his lips lipsShe UpsSho lipsShe
She would never know knowOh knowOb knowOh
Oh for one moment of farewell farewellThen farowe11Then farewolltThan
Then a thought flashed into his brain brainwith brainwith btalnwith
with tearing tooring force torcon a last hope hOp l There Therewas Therewas thorowas
was Just one Ofl hope that he eo might say saygoodby sayIoodby saygoodby
goodby before he hE died dledj for his agonized agonizedoyoa agonlxodO agonizedeyes
eyes O OS had fallen upon tho telephone in instrument Inslrument instrument ¬
strument upon th the wall by b the tl1 window windowScience windowScJanco windowScience
Science had given him a R chance chanceHe chanelie ehancHe
He lifted the receiver reo elver and pressed pr s d it to tohlg tobls tohis
his ear and almost immediately thin thinclear thindoor thinclear
clear and far away ho heard the an answering answering answering ¬
swering HuUot HullotWith HuUotVllb HuuotWith
With a tremendous tromondo s effort Gttortthero there was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not a second for explanation explaDationho ho steadied steadiedhia stOftdl1dhis steadiedhis
his voice and gave Stvo the number of the thaPeculiar thePeculiar thePeculiar
Peculiar Club ClubThere ClubTherc ClubThere
There was a n distant rumble a n clink clinkhow ollnkhow clinkhow
how quick they hey were wereand and Ho hoard the thevoico theoleo thevoice
voice oleo of o the l e hall porter at the olub olubMiss olubMIss clubMiss
Miss Mabel Churchill In a n tremen tremendous bomcndous ttemcndous ¬
dous hurry hurr Yes sir shes finished her herturn betturn herturn
turn Ill tell her at once onceThe onaeThe onceThe
The panels pajis of the door foil in the th rod rodflames redflames rodflames
flames came roaring through the door doorblazed doorblazed doorblazed
blazed UD and vanished vanishedThat vanishedThat anlshodThat
That you dear boy boySo boySo boySo
So its all over darling dnrUngdarllng darling of ofmy otmy ofmy
my heart Theres no chance It will willbe willbe m mbe
be done in a minute But I had to say saygoodby saygoodby saygoodby
goodby I love you ou remember me meGoodby meGoodb meGoodby
Goodby GoodbyHe Goodb GoodbHe GoodbyHe
He heard a sudden clang the sound of ofa ata ofa
a heavy fall tailvoices tailvoicesFarewell fallvoicesFarewell voices voicesFarewell
Farewell FarewellHe FarewellHo I IHe
He rushed to the window to end it all alland al1and alland
and the ilames caught at his coat as he hefled hefled hefled
fled fledFor For a second secon he sat upon uPon the ledge ledgethinking ledgethinking ledgethinking
thinking of other her sending her h r his last love loveIn loveIn lovein
In this world Then he turned round to tolet toMt tolt
let himself drop for he could not face facethe tacothe facethe
the leap The flames roared over his hishead hishead hishead
head in a canopy lighting up all the theabyss thenbyse thekbyse
abyss abyssAnd nbyseAnd kbyseAnd
And by their light within a few inches inoheaof Inohesot inchesof
of his left foot he saw a narrow Iron Ironladder Ironladder ironladder
ladder clamped to the wall and running runningright runningright runningright
right down to the ground groundIt
It was the permanent fire escape escapeplaced escapeplaced escapeplaced
placed there by order of the London LondonCounty LondonCount LondonCounty
County Count Council and in two minutes Wil Wilson Wilson Wilson ¬
son was In tho street streetA stNetA
5 5A
A very pretty wedding said Mr Sol Solomon Solomon SotOmen ¬
omon to his friend and partner Mr Co Cohen Cohen Cehen ¬
hen as the two tw gentlemen with white whiteroses whiterOBeS whiteroses
roses in their buttonholes walked to toward towar towar ¬
ward war the Carlton about lunoh time timesome timeSOmo timeSome
some five weeks afterward afterwardVery afterwardVery afterwardVery
Very answered Mr Cohen Coh n Capital Capitalfellow CApitalfellow Capitalfallout
fellow that Wilson Near squeak squoaktor for It Itthough It Itthough itthough
though down at Hackney
It was though alls well that ends endswell endswell endswell
well The old house was capitally In Insured Inaured Inaurod ¬
sured and we shall have a new n w and andmodern andmodern andmodern
modern theater there without it costing costingus
us a nanny rjennyAnd Dennyttd nannyAnd
And ttd youll put Wilson back there I Isuppose Isuppose Isuppose
suppose supposeNot suppose supposeNot 1 1Not
Not much my boy An inferior nmnll nmnlldo n1anl1do manlldo
do well enough there Wilsons W1laon going to
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CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIVING THANKSGIVINGM
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In tans grays greens oxfords and andblues andblues
blues bluesZIKELINE bluesZIBELINE bluesZIHELINE
ZIKELINE COATS plain tailored tailoredT tailoredTHREEQUARTER tailoredTHREEQUARTER
T THREEQUARTER H R E EQ U A P T E R BLACK BLACKBROADCLOTH BLACKBROADCLOTH
BROADCLOTH COATS elaborately elaboratelybraided elaboratelYbraided elaboratelybraided
braided and trJmmed trimmedSecond trJmmedSecond trjmmedSecopd I
Second floor fioorCoata Coats
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4 MORNING CHITCHAT CHITCHATURING CHITCHATDURING CHITCHATD
URING the Christmas season all aJl the girls stood all day long la ngtrom longfromS from fromS
DURING D S to 12 1 ° in the morning and from 1 to 8 at night the first days daysfrom daysfrom daysfrom
from 1 at noon to t 10 and 11 V at night as the season progressed progressedand progressedand progressedand
and osr the last dreadful nights from noon to the following mid midnight midnight midnight ¬
night nightOne
One of the girls gIrl had been through the last terrible day under pressure pressureof preasurof
of sharp suffering She could not afford to go home and the floor walker walkerwould walkerwould walkerwould
would not lot her sit down At midnight on Christmas eve is s tho thostill thostill thestill
still crowd of girls walked wanly out of the great store into the brilliant brilliantNew brUlJantNew brilliantNew
New York street some one sad sa > > How are you Kitty KittyShe KJttySh KittyShe
She Sh made no reply fop fora a minute Then she said aid wretchedly Oh I Ihope IhOJe Ihope
hope Ill be dead before next Christmas ChristmasThese ChristmasThese ChristmasThese
These are two quotations from a recent magazine article on the theworking theworking theworklng
working girl that th t probably concern you intimately intimatelyMaybe IntimatelyMaybe intimatelyMaybe
Maybe you dont see Just how so Ill tell you youWe youWe youWe
We are responsible for any evil to which we give countenance by byaccepting byacceptinG byaccepting
accepting the benefits and conveniences o that come from it itIf It ItIt itIt
It you are one of the majority of people who do their Christmas shop shopping shopping shopping ¬
ping In tho last week or two before Christmas you are ar one of the peo people peoplo peepie ¬
plo responsible for the conditions which those quotations show showAll showAll showAll
All of which is Just a roundabout but I trust trust more graphic way of ofgiving otgiving ofgiving
giving the old advice Do your Christmas shopping as early as you youcan youoano youcan
can oano
The Yuletide Is supposed to tp be the season of the year when every everybody everybOdy everybody ¬
body is Ishapplost IshapplostSurely happiest happiestSurely happiestSurety
Surely you cant be happy on Christmas Day It f you think you have havehelped havehelpod havehelped
helped to make this season the most dreaded and the most unendurable unendurabletime unendurabletime unendurabletime
time of tho year for some of your sisters sistersI
I recently hoard of a sane and simple way in which one of my friends friendshas friendshas friendshas
has long solved the problem of Christmas shopping shoppingShe shoppingShe shoppingShe
She begins in October and every time she goes into the th shopping shoppingdistrict shoppingdlstrlot shoppingdistrict
district for any purpose whatsoever buys at least one Christmas gift giftShe glttShe giftShe
She makes that a MedesandPersIans rule for herself and behold the theresults theresults theresults
results resultsIn resultsIn resultsIn
In the first place her shopping sboppingfs is all done before the rush ru h season seasonBO sealonso seasonso
so she he can hold herself not guilty of adding a lost laststraw straw to the shop shopgirls shopglrls shopgirls
girls back and heart and health heal h breaking strain strainMoreover strain1Joroov strainMoreovOr
Moreover 1Joroov many benefits aecrue to herself herselfShe horocifShe t
She doesnt get g t tired out by trying to do all her Christmas shopping shoppingIn shoppingInonoor shoppIngInoneor
In Inonoor one or two days daysShe daysShe daysShe
She often gets the benefit of better prices than prevail just before beforeChristmas beforeChristmas beforeChristmas
Christmas ChristmasShe ChristmasSho ChristmasShe
She has time for or more care and thought in selecting her gifts giftsShe gUtsShe giftsShe
She gets better attention from the clerks clerksThe clerksTbe clerksThe
The strain on her purse being spread out over two or three months monthsseems monthsseems monthsseems
seems much less acute acuteDoesnt acuteDoosnt acuteDoesnt
m
Doesnt all that sound reasonable and logical and attractive attrfCUVC1I attmactheI i iI
I dont mean Just as a a theory but to the point oMnspiring imitation imitationOf Imltatl ImltatlOt imitatIonOf
Of course Its too late for you to begin in October this ytar ytarBut yaarBut ysarBut
But it isnt too late ffrr t r you to begin now nowAnd nowI nowAnd
And it Isnt I too t o late 1 for you to begin In October in 1911 1911RGIiH 1911nimir
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the Frivolity where we open next month monthwith monthwlUt monthwith
with Farewell FarewellLATEST Of
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GIRLS DRESS DRESSAll DREssAU DRESSAll
All Seams Allowed AllowedTbe AllowedThe AllowedThe
The stylish dress we Illustrate at this thistime thistime thistime
time is one that will please any little littlegirl UttJegIrl littlegirl
girl for It Is such an excellent exoeU nt copy o othe othe of ofthe
the dresses of the grownups grownups that she shewill Sh ShwUl shewill
will have no fault to find The same samefeatures Bamefeatures samefeatures
features are shown such as body and andsleeves andBleeves andsleeves
sleeves cut in one and yoke and trim trtnmlng trimmIng trimming
mIng band cat ut the same sam way The Th body bodyis bodyis
is tucked all the way across the tucks tuckaturning tucuturnln tucksturning
turnln turning away from the centerfront and andstitched andf andstitched
stitched f to a graduated depth the long longest longest longest ¬
est being at the front The The yoke with withtrimming withtrimming withtrimming
trimming band is Joined to the upper upperedge upperedge npperedge
edge and the trimming band sews over overthe overthe overthe
the tucks down the top of the sleeve gleoveThe sleeveThe sleeveThe
The closing is made under a a box plait In Inthe Inthe inthe
the back and the fullness at tbe waist waistIs waistIs waistis
Is gathered in a n belt The skirt la side sidoplaltod sldoplaltod sideplaited
plaltod the plaits turning away from fromthe tromthe trainthe
the centerfront at each side Tfcis is dress dresswill dresswUJ drosswill
will look well developed in serge or other othersoft othersott othersoft
soft woolens and trimmed with braid braidThe braidThe braidThe
The pattern attem E1S7 li Is cut in sizes 6 to 12 12yqars 12r 12years
years r ars To make the dress dress1n fa n tho medium mediumsize mediumIzc mediumSize
size Izc will require 8 yards of material ma erla1 erla1InchcI 127 127Inches 21inches
Inches wide 2T4 2 Ii yards 3C inches wide or orSft or7ds or2yard
Sft 2yard 7ds yards 44 inches wide wideTho widerhanboe wideIha
Tho rhanboe above pattern can b be < s obtained by bysertUnjj byd1nS bystding
sertUnjj d1nS 10 o cats to the office of this thisWashington thisDt
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Fill out the numbered coupon couponand couponand ouponand
and cut out pattern and inclose inclosewith Inclosewith inelosewith
with 10 cents in stamps or coin coinaddressed coinaddresed coinaddresnmd
addressed to Pattern Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment The Washington Herald Heraldusiiiniiton HeraldItihington Heraldashlngton
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cially when the servant rfat must come bom home from a aloos along
long 10 1 dIstance
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One of the smartest effect is made by bycutting bycutting bycutting
cutting a nineinch square of Persian Persianohiffon Persianohlfton Persianhiffon
ohiffon to which is stitched satin rib ribbon ribbon ribhon ¬
bon an inch and a half wide wideThe wideThe wideThe
The ribbon is sewed to the right side sideof sideot sideof
of chiffon a halt inch in from the edge edgeusing edgeusing edgeusing
using a machine for greater security ecurll The Thecorners TheCOrners Thecorners
corners are mitred to form a square squareBach squerEach aquareEach
Each quarter of this square is then put putinto putInto putinto
into diagonal dlagonalflne fine side plaits meeting at atthe atthe atthe
the center of square This is easily easU man managed managed managed ¬
aged by folding the square over in ona onadirection onadlreotlon onedirection
direction and then doubling in the oppo opposite OPPOslto opposite ¬
site direction The small square thus thusformed thustormed thusformed
formed is plaited from the center out outVhen outWhen outWhen
When Vhen the plaits are laid the square is iscaught Iscaught iscaught
caught at the th central point and sewed to tothe tothe tothe
the back of a small four or six looped loopedbow loopedbow Ioopelbow
bow of satin ribbon to match border borderThe borderThe borderThe
The ends fall in graceful points pointsEqually pointsBlluaIJy pointsEqually
Equally new but scarcely scar < ely so attractive attractiveare attractlvare attractiveare
are bows and twisted ends of plain satin satinor s satinor tln tlnor
or slk the ends of bow and tie tl having havinga
a border of Persian silk or ribbon ribbonApple ribbonApple ribbonApple
Apple Pudding PuddingPare PuddingPare PuddingPare
Pare and slfce two quarts of tart ap apples apples appies ¬
ples add one cupful of water and stew stewslowly stewslowly stewslowly
slowly until reduced < 1 to a pulp then rub rubthrough rubthrough rubthrough
through a sieve Sweeten to taste tast and andwhen Andwhen andwhen
when cool add one tablespoonful of lem lemon lemon leanon
on Juice and the yolks of four well wellbeaten wellbeaten wellbeaten
beaten eggs Turn into a buttered dish dishand dishand dishand
and bake for half an hour in a hot oven ovenLet ovenLet ovenLet
Let stand for a few minutes to cool coolthen coolthen coolthen
then spread with the whites of the eggs eggswhipped eggswhIpped eggswhipped
whipped to a meringue with four table tablespoonfuls tablespoonfuls tablespoonfuls
spoonfuls of powdered sugar and one oneteaspoonful oneteaspoontul oneteaspoonful
teaspoonful of lemon juice Dust with withsugar withsugar withsugar
sugar and return to the oven to brown brownserving brownserving brownserving
serving either hot or oold ooldToasted ooldToasted coldToasted
Toasted Cheese Cheese with Eggs EggsGrate EggsGrate EggsGrate
Grate onehalf of a pound of dry cheeee cheeeeSoak aheefeSoak cheeseSoak
Soak onethird of a cupful of stale bread breadcrumbs breadcrumbs breadcrumbs
crumbs in a n little milk for twenty min minutes minutes rainutes ¬
utes Drain 11mm oft of what Is not taken taen up by bytho bythe bythe
the bread Beat the latter later until unt smooth smooththen smoth smoththen smooththen
then add three wellbeaten wenbot en eggs two ta taj ta tablespoonfuls
j blespoonf blespoonfuls uls of melted butter buter one tea teaspoonful te teaspoonful
spoonful of made mustard salt sat and pep pepper pepper pepper ¬
per to taste and the te grated gated cheese cheeseSpread ohecsaSpread cheeseSpread
Spread on slices slces of dry toast toat and brown browaI brownqulckl3 brownquickly
I quickly > in a very hot oven ovenThe ovenTe ovenThe
The Te Clothes fothes Brush BrushSometimes Brsh BrshSometmes BrushSometimes
Sometimes Sometmes the useful clothes brush is istho Istho isthe
tho only unattractive unattratve thing on mlladya mlladyadressing mladS mladSdressing miladysdressing
dressing table tble The pretty prety ones never neverhave neve neverhave
have good god bristles bristes and the plain wooden woodenhandle woodenhqndle woodenhandle
handle hqndle can be made rnad to t harmonize haronize with withthe wll withthe
the room by covering it with wih flowered floweredsilk fioweredsilk floweredsilk
silk Cover the raw edges with wIt galloon galloonThe galloonTe galloonThe
The Te Shine Shne on 01 Serge SergeSkirts Sere SereSkirt SergeSkirts
Skirts Skirt especially especlaJy serge skirts skir always alwaysbecome alway alwaysbecome
become slick slck and shinylooking beford befordthoy betorthey beforOthey
they are nearly nerl worn out ouLTo outTo outTo
To remedy this place tho skirt skrt on a aboard aboard aboard
board and rub the th shiny places placs with withsandpaper wit wIthsandpaper
sandpaper fandpaper not too hard had just enough to toroughen toroughen toroughen
roughen the te nap After Afer pressing vreslng tho thoskirt thoskirt theskirt
skirt will wi lopk lqk just as good as a new newButtonholes newButtonoles newButtonholes
Buttonholes ButtonholesTo Buttonoles ButtonolesTo
To make buttonholes butonholes strong in In chil childrens chl chldren5 chihdream
dream clothes work over ordinary soft softwrapping softwrapping softwrapping
wrapping string Hold It on the te Inside as asnear asnear
JS JSnear
near the te edge ns possible and it will wl not notshow notshow notshow
show when the buttonhole butonhole Is finished finishedA fnishe fnisheA finishedA
A Machine Hint HintWhen mntWen HintWhen
When Wen the sewing machine maohln band ba baiomes benes hedomes
domes < nes too lose lose do not out it but butput butput butput
put a few drops of castor < ntor oil 01 on n nnd re revolvo Tevoho mevolvo
volvo rapidly a few seconds The To oil oilshrinks al oilshrinks
shrinks shrInk tho machine macine belt beltCocoa bel belCocoa beltCocoa
Cocoa Hint HintA
A small smal piece of cinnamon put into the thamilk themlk th thmilk
milk mlk boiling boing for cocoa gives a delicious deliciousflavor delclous delclousfavor deliciousflavor
flavor favor but be stiro to take tke it out before beforeserving beforeICIlng beforeserving
serving ICIlng the thecoco cocoa
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